In a statement released on Tuesday, former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi categorically denied the claims leveled by PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz in connection with the threatening letter alleging an “international conspiracy.”
Following the charges of Maryam Nawaz, Shah Mahmood Qureshi called her claims “irresponsible” and demanded that she show evidence to support her claims.
Qureshi stated, “I categorically deny Maryam Nawaz’s charges.” The former foreign minister stated that he has complete faith in the professional abilities of the foreign office and that the allegation made by Maryam Nawaz that the letter from the FO was a plan was unfounded.
The Pakistani ambassador to the United States, Asad Majeed, was sent to Brussels when his term in office in the United States expired, according to Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who described it as a regular appointment.
In his remarks on the National Security Committee (NSC) meeting, he stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan convened the meeting at the appropriate moment.
Earlier in the day, Maryam Nawaz Sharif, vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), accused Prime Minister Imran Khan of exploiting the National Security Committee (NSC) to advance his political interests.
When asked about the PTI-led government’s use of a “fake letter” to gain popular support during a press conference in Lahore, Maryam stated that, rather than talking about its accomplishments, the government had resorted to using one.